PM+M, the chartered accountancy, business advisory and wealth management group, is planning for growth after moving its Burnley team to a new 2,700 sq ft office.
The new office, which is situated on Finsley Gate, is headed up by Helen Binns and continues to offer PM+M’s complete range of services.
Helen is supported by a team of 11 people including Stella Rosthorn, who stays in her role as a director in the business, and David Bradley – partner – who will be based at the new office for two days per week.
The other team members - some of whom are moving from the firm’s HQ in Blackburn - are: Sarah Clancey, Maryam Mulla, Laura Fort, Julie Walsh, Evie Halliwell, Faye Holden, Ross Uttley, Nazir Master and Cath Parker.
Helen Binns said: “As a business, we are passionate about Burnley so this is a real milestone for us. I’m confident that the new office and the changes we’ve made to the team will ensure that we are able to provide an even stronger service - especially to our tax and wealth management clients.
Helen continued: We also hope that it will help us to be more visible and – most importantly - give us greater capacity for growth as we continue to focus on being the leading firm of accountants in Burnley.”
Jane Parry – managing partner of PM+M – added: “PM+M has operated in Burnley since 1990 and the new office is the latest phase in our evolution. The town is a core part of our growth strategy and this new base will act as a great foundation as we continue to move forward over the next few years.”
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